The lawsuit alleges that Olivarez — a former business associate of Lee’s daughter Joan “J.C.” Lee — manipulated Lee into ousting his “banker of 26 years” and his longtime lawyer, signing power of attorney over to Olivarez, loaning $300,000 to a fake nonprofit and buying an $850,000 West Hollywood condo. Olivarez is also accused in the lawsuit of taking nearly $1.4 million from Lee’s accounts “through a series of complicated wire-transfers all initiated” by him and orchestrating a scheme to steal Lee’s blood for use as a “merchandising item.”
Executives are insane in this business, and actors are insane, because we are all held responsible for things we really have no power over. Once you step back from it, then you can kind of enjoy the craziness.
As long as you keep singing, your voice gets better as you get older. But if you quit, you won't be able to sing. I've heard people walk on stage as they've gotten older and they couldn't sing their way out of a paper bag. I don't want to be one of them.
Huey Lewis & the News has canceled its shows for the rest of 2018 so Lewis can deal with a hearing problem.
“The doctors believe I have Meniere's disease and have agreed that I can't perform until I improve,” the 67-year-old singer said in a note tweeted out Friday. “Therefore the only prudent thing to do is cancel all future shows.”
The nearly full hearing loss happened 2 1/2 months ago, “The Power of Love” singer said, before a show in Dallas. He said he’s since been to a number of hospitals seeking care.
“The National Enquirer paid $30,000 to a former doorman to suppress his story about a possible illegitimate child President Trump may have fathered. Even crazier, this is the doorman,” Seth Meyers quipped on “Late Night,” showing a picture of a heavily pregnant doorman.
The “Dancing With the Stars” Season 26 cast is here, and they’re all current or retired athletes — and the pre-season smack talk when their names were revealed Friday on “Good Morning America” was something else.
Let’s cut to the chase and get the names out there first: Basketball’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Notre Dame player Arike Ogunbowale; figure skaters Tonya Harding, Mirai Nagasu and Adam Rippon; retired baseball outfielder Johnny Damon; luger Chris Mazdzer; Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman; retired softball player Jennie Finch; and snowboarder Jamie Anderson.
“I really hope I’m not shy on this show,” joked Rippon, who was distinctly not shy with his cast-leading sass.
Television shows “This Is Us” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and the film “A Fantastic Woman” received top honors at Thursday’s 29th GLAAD Media Awards in Beverly Hills.
NBC’s tear-jerker “This Is Us” won best drama series, Fox’s goofy cop sitcom “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” won best comedy and Sony’s transgender drama “A Fantastic Woman” won the award for best film in limited release. The Chilean movie also won the Oscar for foreign-language film earlier this year.
Special honors also went to pop star Britney Spears, who was presented the Vanguard Award by Ricky Martin; and “The Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons, who was presented GLAAD’s Stephen F. Kolzak Award by producer Ryan Murphy and the cast of “Boys in the Band.”